Youth Network Excuse Slovenia
No Excuse Slovenia strives for positive social change and personal growth of young people. It fosters their social participation and activation of their peers. By peer-to-peer and intergenerational dialogue it raises awareness about current topics and encourages their critial thinking.
Through various projects the organization promotes and advocates for sustainable development, tolerance, healthy lifestyle and active citizenship.
No Excuse Slovenia is apolitical and non-profit organization, working independently from any private source of funding.
Institute for Research and Development »Utrip«
UTRIP is a non-governmental and non-profit research institute. The scope of its work include youthrisk behaviour, addiction prevention, health promotion and advocacy. It is involved in several initiatives, co-financed by the European Commission and Slovenian government. UTRIP is a member of several networks, such as Civil Society Forum on Drugs, European Society for Prevention Research, Society for Prevention Research, Science in Prevention Academic Network, Eurocare, Club Health etc.
Lithuanian Medical Students' Association
Lithuanian Medical Students’ Association (LiMSA) is an independent voluntary nongovernmental professional organization that unites Lithuanian medical students.
LiMSA is a modern public organization that has been established in 1989. Since 1991, LiMSA has been a member of the International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) that unites about 3 million of medical students all over the world.
LiMSA mission is to unite Lithuanian medical students and inspire them to educate their personality, gain ethical and humanistic skills, acquire universal knowledge in order to become not only good specialist but also active citizen and member of the national and global society. Organization covers a great variety of different activities including public health, reproductive health, human rights and peace, medical education and both professional and research exchange.
National Tobacco and Alcohol Control Coalition Lithuania
National Tobacco and Alcohol Control Coalition (NTAKK) is a legal association of NGOs and individuals, established in 2004. The Coalition members are organizations and individuals involved in the field of alcohol, tobacco, drug, gambling prevention and policy. NTAKK promotes, advocates and actively works towards implementation of scientific, evidence-based, effective measures for control and prevention of the use of all psychoactive substances (in the past years also including illegal substances and gambling). Organisation is official non-governmental sector representative and/or advisory body for many institutions, work groups, committees.
NTAKKK is a member organization of the European Alcohol Policy Alliance (Eurocare), North Alcohol and Drug Policy Network (NORDAN), the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Alliance (FCA), World Federation Against Drugs (WFAD), European FASD Alliance.
Portuguese National Youth Council
The Portuguese National Youth Council, established in 1985, with the juridical law approved by the Portuguese Parliament (Law 1/2006), is the representative Platform of the Portuguese national youth organizations, counting with 36 member organizations. We aim to provide a forum for dialogue, represent the interests and expectations of young people and act as interlocutor with governmental bodies and decision makers at national and international level.
Our mission is to improve the well-being of young people, foster the development of youth organizations and promote the active citizenship and participation of young people. We advocate for youth policies based on youth rights and cross-cutting approach.
CNJ have five main areas of work: Environment, Health and Quality of Life; Youth Participation; Education, Employment and Social Affairs; and International Relations and Cooperation.
European Medical Students’ Association
The European Medical Students’ Association (EMSA) is a volunteer-based organization advocating and representing the voice of medical students across geographical Europe. EMSA is more than an organization; a team created by enthusiastic medical students, a key player moving medicine forward in Europe and a communication platform for all medical students in world. Founded in 1991, EMSA has become not only one of the important and most successful student organization in Europe but also in world, by staying one step ahead of change throughout its journey of 20 years. Its work is based on pillars (public health, medical education, research, ethics and culture and European integration), and has its own training system.